Grande Pianola
Grande Pianola
Grande Pianola
Grande Pianola
Grande Pianola

Grande Pianola

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The piano was invented by Bartolomeo Cristofori (1655-1731) of Italy. Cristofori was unsatisfied by the lack of control that musicians had over the volume level of the harpsichord. He is credited for switching out the plucking mechanism with a hammer to create the modern piano in around the year 1700.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Quantity of parts, pcs: 22

  • Difficulty level, from 1 to 8: 2

  • Hours to assemble (average): 2

  • Model size (cm): 15 x 12 x 13.4

  • Model size (inch): 5.9 x 4.72 x 5.27

  • Package size: L

  • Sankyo music box

  • Two-colors design

  • Removable cover

  • Realistic 3D view

PREMIUM GIFTBOX SET: steel sheets, screwdriver, SANKYO music box, pliers, file, gloves, polishing cloth, club pin, set of stickers, special card and manual. Material: stainless steel (AISI 304).

United States: 5-8 working Days
United Kingdom: 10-15 working days
Canada: 10-20 working days
Australia: 10-20 working days
Europe: 10-20 working days
Other: 10-20 working days

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What's In The Box?

All our model kits come with everything you need for assembly.

▶︎ All parts are laser pre-cut into a high-quality plywood board for easy removal and assembly.

▶︎ Motion is accomplished using rubber bands or metal springs, gears and gravity.

▶︎ Detailed color diagrams and step-by-step instructions are provided.

▶︎ No glue, special expertise, tools or equipment are required.

Customer service is available 24/7, with spare parts provided and shipped free of charge.

Benefits of Building

Our sets make a wonderful hobby for constructors, and a thoughtful gift for just about anyone in your life. Our mechanical models and building sets come in three skill levels: EASY, MEDIUM and ADVANCED.

Warning: our beautiful, timeless machines and mechanical puzzles can be addictive, and you may find your collection growing as you move on to more challenging builds!

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